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I have both registered (paid) Gwizard and GwizardE and have had for several years. I have 2 user names & passwords – 1 for “login.proboards.com” and 1 for “cnccookbook.uservoice.com”. I am logged on for both Gwizard and GwizardE, but I do not remember my passwords (and do not know where to look to find them).

I am trying to log on to “http://blog.cnccookbook.com/questions/ask” but it will not accept either of these user name/password combinations. I can’t seem to find a place to register either.

How do I register to “http://blog.cnccookbook.com/questions/ask”?

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Paul, I wish the UI of the Wordpress Plugin we use for QuestionX made things a little more obvious or that I could customize it to help make it obvious.  Unfortunately, neither is possible, though the developer continues to improve it.

To directly answer your question, you are registered.  The registration is the registration built into Wordpress (the software that runs the CNCCookbook blog) that registers people who comment.  If you’ve ever commented on ANY Wordpress blog, you are registered.  If you never have, you will get a popup registration when you try to access QuestionX.

It is hard to see this is true because questions are moderated.  I have to approve them before they become visible.  So people ask, wonder why their question didn’t appear, and how to move forward.  Again, this is a usability problem with this software that I hope will be resolved in the future.

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